TEACH is a cooperative effort between certified professionals from the fields of education, counseling, communications and preventive health. Its mission is the cultural education, upliftment and empowerment of the Afrikan American community.


"Real education means to inspire people to live more abundantly, to learn to begin with life as they find it and make it better." Carter G. Woodson

TEACH has an educational component called the Uhuru Institute. Uhuru provides classes in Afrikan history, language, culture, customs, cosmology, music, dance and much more. [ GO ]


Afrikan holidays reinforce and promote our connection to spirit, ancestral recognition and Afrikan liberation. All societies reinforce and promote their norms through holidays. Our holidays reinforce and promote our cultural norms which include but are not limited to a connection to spirit, ancestral recognition, and Afrikan liberation. TEACH holidays thus are not celebrated just for celebration's sake (although we do enjoy ourselves), they are central to our larger goal of restoring and redeeming Afrikan life and culture. TEACH holidays give us a raw experience with their celebration and enable us to make them available to the larger Afrikan community. [ GO ]



Ngoma is a Kiswahili word that means "dance and drum." Over the years Ngoma has expanded as a touring company and is now called NIM or "Ngoma in Motion." NIM‚s music spans the gamut of musical experiences and includes traditional Afrikan, jazz, blues, R & B Pan Earth, reggae, Afro Latin, and highlife.